Polish people know how to have fun. When you visit their bars, cafes, restaurants, or even night clubs, you know what we’re talking about. To ensure the cycle of fun is sustained, there are popular drinks that play a major role in their daily events and festivals. Here are the most popular drinks in Poland you should give a try. During family events or gatherings it’s common to find the Traditional Orangeade for refreshment. The polish borrowed the idea from French people to produce a nonalcoholic drink that will be suitable for everyone. Traditional Orangeade which has been around since the 18th century is very popular among the rich and is made from simple ingredients including fresh orange juice, water, sugar, and syrup. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!